Education & Training

CML provides municipal officials the skills and education necessary for good governance in Colorado's cities and towns through a variety of learning opportunities (traditional in-person workshops, short lunchtime seminars, and convenient online webinars) on numerous topics throughout the year.

CML believes that municipal elected officials who invest the time and resources to participate in educational events to increase their knowledge of municipal government should be recognized. For this reason, in 1991 the CML Executive Board created an elected officials leadership training program, now known as CML’s MUNIversity.



Upcoming Education & Training Events

 

Webinar:Overview of CHFA's CO Affordable Housing Dev Guide

Add to:

The intention of the Colorado Affordable Housing Developer's Guide is to help support community leaders, local for-profit and nonprofit developers, and advocates seeking to ensure that safe, decent, and affordable housing is an intentional and integrated part of their community. Attendees will learn how to access the Developer's Guide online and use it to better understand and plan for the development or preservation of affordable housing in their community. Specific topics covered in the Developer's Guide include affordable housing development overview; organizational considerations; housing development models, team, and roles; engaging the community; predevelopment; market feasibility; financial feasibility; project construction; operations and compliance; and a variety of tools and resources. CHFA hopes this resource paves a path forward for a brighter and stronger future for local communities statewide.

Load more comments
comment-avatar

webinars338x223 (002)

May 19, 2022

Register

The intention of the Colorado Affordable Housing Developer's Guide is to help support community leaders, local for-profit and nonprofit developers, and advocates seeking to ensure that safe, decent, and affordable housing is an intentional and integrated part of their community. Attendees will learn how to access the Developer's Guide online and use it to better understand and plan for the development or preservation of affordable housing in their community. Specific topics covered in the Developer's Guide include affordable housing development overview; organizational considerations; housing development models, team, and roles; engaging the community; predevelopment; market feasibility; financial feasibility; project construction; operations and compliance; and a variety of tools and resources. CHFA hopes this resource paves a path forward for a brighter and stronger future for local communities statewide.